The Brodhead Watershed Association (BWA) is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to protecting and improving water resources and the environment in the Brodhead and Cherry creek watershed. The BWA assists municipalities, residents, businesses and groups with protecting natural resources through education, workshops, seminars, public programs, stream monitoring and baseline data collection and stream cleanups.
Friends of Cherry Valley's mission is to conserve and enhance the natural and cultural resources, rural character and scenic beauty of the Cherry Valley area.
GOALS:Improve communication with homeowners, landowners and the community in general. Protect open space and environmentally sensitive areas. Strengthen the Board to prepare future leaders. Support the Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
The Lehigh Gap Nature Center is a non-profit, member-run conservation organization located in the Lehigh Gap of Pennsylvania at the foot of the Kittatinny Ridge, between the towns of Slatington and Palmerton. Our mission is to preserve wildlife and habitat through conservation, education, and research for the benefit of the earth and all its inhabitants. We believe in the power of the citizen activist. We believe in the wisdom of the citizen scientist. We believe that knowledge and understanding build compassion. We believe concerned people working together can make a difference. Join us as we improve our corner of the earth.
Who is the Lehigh Valley Group of the Sierra Club? We are a group of local citizens interested in protecting and preserving the environment in the cities of Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, as well as the surrounding areas of Lehigh, Northampton, and Monroe Counties.
A Conservation District is a legal subdivision of state government, responsible under state law for conservation work within its boundaries. Self-government is the guiding philosophy of Conservation Districts. Decisions about conservation issues are made at the local level by citizens who understand and want to protect and improve their local environment.
Pocono Heritage Land Trust (PHLT) is a locally based conservation group dedicated to protecting important lands and waters, open space, agricultural landscapes and the natural heritage of the Pocono Mountains region.
PHLT was founded in 1984 and is an active participant in the 2020 open space program which was approved by Monroe County voters in 1998. The trust is a non-profit organization funded by grants, donations and the contributions of its corporate and individual members. It is guided by the Land Trust Alliance’s Standards and Practices.
Since 1973, Wildlands Conservancy has been working to preserve, protect, restore, and enhance the land, water, ecological, and recreational resources of the Lehigh Valley and the Lehigh River valley. We also foster responsible stewardship of our resources through education of our youth and by raising the environmental awareness of the general public.